Elizabeth at a very young age attended Kings School of Dance and Drama lessons with Pamela Bardely’s School, in Southport (UK) where she grew up.
After gaining many scholarships and awards from different dance and drama summer schools, Elizabeth was offered a scholarship on a three year dance course at Northern Ballet School.
After working as both a Dancer and an Actress Elizabeth re trained at a very prestigious London Drama School, ‘Mountview’ on the MA course. After leaving she had many work offers and toured Shakespeare Internationally, worked in Theatre show’s in London as well as having many Television and Film Appearances.
Recent films credits include ‘Sherlock Holmes’ USA Asylum Film Company playing Anesidora Ivory. ‘The Lost’ Thamesgate Films as ‘poppy’ and currently filming ‘The Crazymaker’ as lead role Jenx, due to be out next year. She also had an amazing time on the set of Coronation Street in 2008, a small scene with Norris, which sadly happened to be Blanche’s last episode and has recently been seen in a couple of episodes of ‘Emmerdale’ another great British Drama which was on Television the start of September 2013.
Theatre has also been a big part of Elizabeth’s career with many period, Greek tragedy, comedy, modern and Shakespeare plays. Elizabeth has toured three years running; playing lead roles with the UK’s No1 most established Shakespeare Company Theatre Set Up gaining standing ovations and stunning reviews.
Femme Fatales magazine charges that “Tammi Sutton is one of the B-movie industry’s busiest ladies. Taking on work in all areas of the forum, from art department and actress to screenwriter, producer, and director.” She is credited with a slew of ultra-low budget horror movies made for the straight-to-video market, which all shared a successful domestic and international release, including her overwhelmingly successful first directed movie titled Killjoy 2: Deliverance from Evil (2002). An unlikely hit, originally created for the domestic “urban horror” genre, made for less than $30,000, went on into the international market and made a staggering profit which opened doors for this once small time genre. Taking her experience from the small screen, and her engagement in all levels of production, she is now actively writing, and directing, pursuing her career as a female genre filmmaker for the big screen.
Mark Devendorf is a rising horror writer/director. Check out his newest movie, The Curse of Styria, starring Stephen Rea.
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